Roy Sedlacek suspended for drug positives: Daily Racing Form 11/16/15

By Matt Hegarty Roy Sedlacek, a New York-based trainer, has been suspended indefinitely by New York stewards after two of his horses tested positive for a powerful banned synthetic drug after racing at Belmont Park, according to state records. The two horses tested positive for a rare substance called AH-7921 while racing one week apart

New Synthetic Opioid Designer Drug Found by New York Lab: ARCI 11/9/15

Press Release LEXINGTON, KY - The Association of Racing Commissioners International (ARCI) has put all racing regulatory agencies worldwide on notice of a finding by the New York Equine Drug Testing Program of the presence of AH-7921 in post-race samples taken from horses that recently ran at Belmont Park. This is the first time AH-7921

Two Horses Test Positive for Opioid: The Blood-Horse 11/9/15

By: Blood-Horse Staff The New York State Gaming Commission has indefinitely suspended trainer Roy Sedlacek for two positives in October at Belmont Park for AH-7921, a synthetic opioid the Association of Racing Commissioners International said can be as potent as morphine. The NYSGC scheduled a hearing on the matter for Nov. 10. Samples from Bossmon,